Could fluocinonide or nystatin and triamcinolone cream help my ingrown toenail?

No. Ingrown toe nail causes a foreign body type reaction due to the toenail growing into tissue that it otherwise should not. It needs to be removed.

Related Questions

How long (number of days) should I continue treatment with nystatin and triamcinolone cream for a minor yeast infection?

2-6 weeks. It depends on the infection. For example athlete's foot is treated for six weeks while jock itch is treated for two weeks with ketoconazole. You should call your doctor to clarify the duration of treatment for your type of infection.

My daughter accidentally got of hold of her nystatin and triamcinolone acetonide cream and ate some of it. What should I do?

Not to worry. It is very unlikely for your child to develop any serious side effect.
Poison Control. In all likelihood, there will be no effects in your little one besides possible stomach upset. However, you should give Poison Control (800-222-1222) a call, and they will guide you through all the necessary steps; they are best equipped with all of the up-to-date information and will provide you with the support and reassurance you need!
Relax. No harm. It will taste awful. She will not swallow much and it is not toxic.

What are nystatin and triamcinolone acetonide creams typically prescribed for?

See below. This combination may be prescribed when the physician is not sure whether he is dealing with a yeast infection (treated by nystatin), or a non-infectious dermatitis (treated by triamcinalone).
Varied. As a combo cream it may be used for a rash that your doctor believes has a fungal component as well as itch.